Cruickshanks Corner is set to be developed into a fishing, retail and tourism precinct by a South Australian owned and operated fishing company
The transformation of Port Adelaide into a thriving residential, commercial and tourist destination is set to continue with more than $280 million of new private developments.
We are pleased to announce that we received an excellent response to the open invitation for expressions of interest to plan and redevelop six key precincts in Port Adelaide.
The State Government is seeking proposals for the redevelopment of 40 hectares of prime land across Port Adelaide, including 4.2 kilometres of waterfront promenade.
A new study is being undertaken to better understand the population size and behaviours of the Upper Port River dolphins.
Construction has progressed significantly on the shared use loop path around the inner harbour in order to provide pedestrians and cyclists with improved access to the Port River and surrounds. The works on the loop path started in June and the main portion of the path has been completed.
A round up of news from Our Port including updates on restoration works and other construction and upcoming events.
Community requests to repair the Birkenhead ramp have been actioned as part of the Cruickshank’s Corner reactivation. The refurbishment provides a safe platform for launching kayaks and sailing boats into the Port River.
An artificial beach will be christened when the Port Adelaide Rowing Club holds a regatta from Cruickshank's Corner tomorrow.
They call themselves a "bunch of old blokes" but when Keith Coldwell and fellow Port Adelaide Rowing Club members hit the water this weekend, they'll make history rather than reminisce about it.